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Market Showdown 2022: Crash to Reality or Become Japan
Released on Thursday, July 15, 2021•MARKETS
Harry Dent shows how economic momentum for the US peaked in late 2007 as he forecast way back in the late 1980s. Why? The massive Baby Boom passing their peak spending at age 46. Ever since we have been living off of never-ending monetary, and now since Covid, escalating fiscal stimulus. He shows why unprecedented home prices are the first to kill home sales and weigh on this "something for nothing" economic plan. Mr. Dent's worst demographic and technology cycles come together into late 2022 for the ultimate showdown of whether central banks or natural trends win this epic battle. You can probably guess where he stands already! If he's right, you better get out of most stocks and real estate sooner than later. The ultimate investment opportunity of a lifetime, as in 1932 and 1982, will follow in late 2022 or 2023.
Harry Dent, Jr. is the founder and senior editor at Dent Research, an economic research firm specializing in demographic trends. He dedicates himself to identifying and studying demographic, technological, and geopolitical trends. Mr. Dent's track record has accurately predicted Japan's collapse in 1989, the dot-com bubble-bust in 2000, and the housing bust in 2006 to 2007, among many other things. He is the author of several books, including his latest book: Zero Hour: Turn the Greatest Political and Financial Upheaval in Modern History to Your Advantage. Mr. Dent has also appeared on Good Morning America, PBS, CNBC, CNN, FOX, and has been featured in Barron's, Investor's Business Daily, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Success, US News and World Report, BusinessWeek, the Wall Street Journal, American Demographics, Gentlemen's Quarterly, and Omni. He is a regular guest on Fox Business's America's Nightly Scorecard. Mr. Dent received an MBA from Harvard Business School, where Mr. Dent was a Baker Scholar and was elected to the Century Club for leadership excellence.
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